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HIS OF THI CITY.
THE CAUOUS. Vompletion of the Beleotions for Cir cuit Judgoe. Iait evniong thile Uomo(,.r44lt' mnmbnrn of the General Asormbly rnet In oain'eus again. In the Noase of lopl renntatlivo, for the prlToms, of eOmtpleong their seoletlons for judgel. of the .reoult courts and of the (Olrt of Appeale of'! Mew Orleans. Hon. Mott Cunningham, In the chalr. and lion. Ford Dudnouhofor o)retary. Messrs. Howe, Powell, Dnuoan. Marr. Uarter. RaVelgh and Pop,. the nolmnl 0o of the pFre 'lous evenIng, were balloted for a seoo-d time with the following result: art .. ...... . 7. MVolgtt- . . Ir. MoVnlil hevlng re.ilved the votes of a iljorly of tIhe I.uIne rlrat in l metorn (of tIhl neral Asenmhly (whtih Is flfty flv.), wlw d-. ared the oh.oe for Iho tlong term judlge of the our.hOlroult. A 5!OND1) iAIt..)T now had for the short t.erm judge. roiuitt aE follows: well .. ....... o Marr .......... .... .... ... Bl Hank. ... o choi.e and a third ballot had to be ro el to,. with this reult: eli ......... ... . . i PoV .... .......... 9 r. Powell wise (dleo-red to1.e nonfe4lt o0l Iho atLu for the short term juind of the Fotrtlh ircuit. FIrrrrt c!IcU r. The first ballott for jdipg"te of the Fifth Circuit Staken. re.ultlng a. follows: .ken..... . . . t. u um.trratl . .... .. t 44 inch sttr .. t.. NI Ml ,.. MI ...... 19 IltIn ..... ... 18 IIlank . ..... ....... Ir. Wnll'hevet-r wras 4I, 1enred Ithin 0hol'4n of thi caun (lc for Itho long tert, andl Ith( ( l4i3 pro deednrt to a sctolld bhallot, with t.ho following alt: ake ............. n. Mlthof ........... 4 arlr it ........... ank ... . ..... . 2 o o'.ol". natill a Itird ballot was resorted to. loh is arILondld: e ... ....... Dumartralt..... . k ..... .... .............. StII no cholo.l. The fourth ballot. however. do d t.t c rcl.j tton as followe: e ........... 47 Dum artrait .......... a a n k . ... ........... . . .. ..... ... . dMr. Itmnrtlrolt. wcia do'laered the tho.eti, f the cumanotc for the whort teot n t edge of the ifth Clroilt. Then namn the Il:tllotlpg for the two jt(gets of e ,Coourt of Appei.l of thn c(ity of Now Or leas no fewer than tIlt (ndhtidltoel being )rn si1tltd to the earlinus The, rai was an oexclliting as wilt bw e seen by the ronIlt: hlIer H. Rogers ... Os Frank M(Olnlo . ....· S. It.leman ......1 I1 Patil oultlovlole . a.bourin .. II. H. Walsh........ to . OL den .... ..... 9 J. ,. Bonn r t........ o . I lHawk s... . it A. L. 'rl'okir ........ : Jldpae Walter iI. Itouens antld FrTl'.k MotinoIn. Poit.. hvying ,1oth roee Ived the requisite tnum ber of votes. weroe deitlsred the choile of the caUIse for Jndg( s I f the Court of Appoeals of Ww Ol1tet-'n. .llt thereO bt.lng a tlo bettween them It was nee i'. ry tol have, ivectltne to ain 9ther ballot to d( terlrniio whilh should I tIthe lop term Ju aR-. ThIs hall t reI plllnd In fvror of Judge lI(gents, who roctlved rC votes to Mr. Mr. MeGloin i . The caucusfhten aidjorndl. leed's Gilt Edget Tonlh cures drspepsla. -- * ---- MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Police Finances and the Collection of Taxes. The ouonetl In executlive selsson. yesterday. fiet the Pollce Commsleloners, and there was a general discussion of the police flnanens.which ended in the appointment of Messrs. Drtan. Byrne and Johnson on the part of the P1olloe Board, anAdAdmintisrator4 Marks. MeatOl and Glynn on behalf of the Conncll. as a joint cornm lnittee to conelder the lttuation and condition of affairs and deviseo a remedy. The committee meets on Monday evening, and the task they have before then Is a very unpleasant and dlliult one. The approprla tion FOR POr.lIC PunRosKS for the year le only $ot.(H.ao. and the monthly expenses have to be kept within a twelflth of the amount. as the city is prohibited by law from exceeding the budget allowanoe. At tprosont, the amount rtjuired mnlulhl I several thou sand do'lers in excess of the amount to bo drawn egair t, sltel a redultilon is absolutely aecessary. How to mlske it 1' theI questionll which the commit tonlllts .will htlav4 to d.ehld., alnd. as steated abolve. they will Bud the ptroblleml an xtremely difhuli't1 o4n9t1o solv,'. At pr. esolltl hero lapparently but two ways of u the( diftleul y: ne It 10to o(oI 010s1h t14 o0. intld the other to still further redutno t hie, slIar IS. Adminlitrator Iatnceon will issue In a day or two A NOTI(' TO TAXPATERN that he Is prepared to re,,','lvo taxes for thls year, and c'lllillg on 1the (e1to m 1u titll l ed oitll up. He p ropotes,. if tbO. C(oun.14 will allThorlz him. to agre to )refutll 1he difflTorlm, h,4,tw'ben' . ten and lffteon mill taIx. I to he cv lnt of It b4o lfu dec eed lhetrelttr that thle city was wr'on ltar of the taxe. of ihis s( ar has ha4 i' colllted,. and unlel sa I ls ll'nolorL t tis t To ill I Ila, t hei oratlof nexIt lohlth (are largeK llt, l poor 1school teachers. po4ll4o'eni- and other employoes of the oity will suifflr. The Malyo ,Y.ewterday recelvied a c'lr'ular letter from ihe Dublin Maneilu llou.e Commimlttte for the relief of TIlE ])IRTLEBR IN IRELANII. covering copies of' a eRtIles of reeolutlone adopted at a p i1t1h nlemettln he-li on January S 1io. The ri Hi-llutlion and tno i loler de elatethe distresr v ry grrat and that itmmnl dlate reliet lI abtolultly neceoeary. A poet cript to the conimunthutlon alvoc nothie that eontributlons and dountltons will lo received by the followlng honorable treatur-rer and secre ee, to wit: Horteterles -H. W. BaOnt, canon. D.: Jas. Daniel. P. P.: P McCabe Fay. T. axwell inutton. Chs. K.uennedy, GOeo. B. Ow-ns. bhs. Treaseurer--~c. Dwyer Gray. M P'.. ML yor; Jac. W Mackey. Knihlt. D L.. h Shoe if; John Brrlngtoun KnIulght. D. L., ox-Lord Mayor. and Jtnithan PIm. Iu. . --. . AT THE CAPITOL. Gov. Wilti soent a couple of hours yesterday 1 his offioe. and occupied a seat in the joint isembly next the Lieutenant Governor during the address of Senator-elect Gibson. PARDONED. During the day the Governor issued the fol lowiaa pardons: Silas Mosby. alias Beatti,. erroneously con wlited of burglary in the parish of Orleans. Recommended by the Lieutenant Governor. the Attorney General and Judge Whitaker. who sentenoed him. William B Barrow. convicted of bigamy in Ouachita and sentenced to two years. Rlet,)m mended by the Lieutenant Governor and the Attorney General. Daniel tultlv,.n, sentenced in the parish of Orle'tns to one month for carrying concealed weapons R 'commended by the Attorney Gen. eral and Judge Whitaker. SCHOOL MATTERS. Superintendent Fay has prepared a bill and submitted it to the HouseO Commttee on Educa tion, remodeling the school system so as to meet the co, di tons. p irticularly the financial ones, imposed by the oonti ution It omntem plates a State school hoard. composed of one member from ea, h congressional dia riot, with the Superintendent hims-lf. who shall applnt aci'y board, with power to fill v-:anciees there in. On this as weli ns on the subtet of finances the committee will hear the opinions of school experts. LVKEE BUILDING. Bids were otpened yester lay in the Governor's office for the building f Burtron lvei. 625 1 cubic ,eet; Hard Times levee. 76o cubic feet. and Angeline levee. 14 000 cubic feet. The awards were male is f .ll.ws. to the lowest bidd rs: Chas. N6lan, Burton lewe. 17', nta; W. M Finnerty. Anag itlevee. 16 cents; P. J. Tyrrell. Hard limes lrvev. 16ti cents. Beed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures fever and ague. AMICI CURISE. In the Sutpreme Court yesterday the on-estion of dapellate jurisdiction in cases involving ex- o aotly o$1000 w a! go. d by several members of s the bar as amidclurir, in accordance with the ti euest made by the court some days since. o he point arose on a motion made to trans othe Cou.t of A Doeas ot the oarish of Or acase i v.,lvt.Q that amount. and dis- Si was envited as to whether the Supreme D he Court of Atpeal- or no court at all diotion ov-r the appeal. ag argumen.ts the oourt took the m tf t nder U dvl eme ret. serving Its rulllll for a future da9. X. E. CUUROIr (NORTH). Second Day of the Conforence. 'rin eneold day's prlc dittlngn of thn annual nOllrnfront' of tho Molbodidt. E ,rn t Cthul chl (North) of in inni'od yesteurday mornint g t 9 o'elotck. Illthop Harr rl resldlh a. Tlth r" Iglloues tixnremits worn, condunted by 11ov. W. P. Forrest. The class remaining on trial for minlterial orders was called sndi Milton Mort s, David Itoss and Chot. thellowhorn wOrnt (Ictlontlnutwl. Simon Evans. ('bal. Washlngton and Ohnrles Kershaw pas.ed theilr examlnation and! wore contlnuel oil trial. .1. W. IIiudison txa|Ised his examination and was adlhItteid to full mtmber ship. Eldern' orrl,'r worn 'inferred on the follow. ing: Frank Walker. T. Jatcksa,* . It Thtltst.in. Woi. Davis. A. 1tetais. A.E. 1'. Albeit.J F. Marlshal anti T. (. Montglowlin y. T'hen ,nlllronno, thIn pronod(t( | tI 1 to 1t'0t mir|n Intorial dellt'gaitnl to the gKritral convuttll, n to tie held In tlti,lnnatl int May nex'. ''hls toll vontlonl In nheld ovrly folur yet re. iandl Is thul iaw maklull ptoweir of tlt. Onuri bh. L>)eiatU, it le senlt 1o iL frorm tile wol Id, MuittI It Ilt me.upo'd' of n tlianrlalb and lay mionlhors, IRv. J. l Hlart 7.vll Itl Itlv. kluperor Wllllllt,. w., the t lin lIt.rial doilig ltis aenintend fr ot thl Is Matu, and thelily optios will hn alt-old,, ,i to-day, 1lVe . Marmu Dulal alnd Hanlucl ) .v.lgow+'rn aRDDolut oil tbo riservo Inlul ,torlal Id Illa'r.i. 'lhe htarn of all the leire were nailed,. anil their charact.rs ptm.aetl, with bilt onoe oxe 'ttion. andlll hIsne Ra lwa. .tu to ,a aOOlln ittli, t o inves tigate. RKP, RTT, R1ev. J. II. Hariz-il, reprtseontig theo outhern 1)istrih't. if New IIrltants. anlll I vlng lia cihargae till (Gormal memtbetnrs, Antin C(urch a-d liIno other app ntitntituts, r, .,rtn.I an Iencrtasn of m hbwler.thilu. 'i'he (Germaus hald l'idl om,.n of theolr droli Amens churIc . IUdir Dr. Brntir. hald ialod .ItnIgr.gatiolt Itnd waLs Ltaying Its deli, a1lt tlllhn chllllp l onl Valll+lo.n t .rett, whli h hald ih ell bnt lrui, was rn built. l4ev. Emperol r Wllllamt . from the Solthern Dl.lrict of New O. latu. wlilt sevnl.iteeu ohltrges. rntDortd titiat Itll itL good ,l itlt.tlon. Thort hald Inolln all Intllrnae In the h|+navolleut. olloo, tlii, ov. (tral chllichits wornO iUwtproveid. and tho spirit ual Condittllton ww gootd. 1,ev. Jon. Otuhld. from BatonI Rouge. with alghtlen noblrtns. retportd that the exodun had aft cltd hin. breaking up two or three of his liutbhtioa. liev. J. Matlolk. from thot Teohn. reportetl his two Iv.t cltarges In good condtliin, with solntt ttixcptiontll, . '1 ie strmt I at year had blown down ivo ihurthenr. bult they were rebuilt. He had rteeolvetdl tet fromi the hb o ard of Chutlcll Es tinnsin of I'Phladelpvna, aud t100 fromt ia yirrn paithiztr North. Rev. 4Hamullol Da)vngn. of Hbhrvot,rt., rnported his <hllurtthel In iin a ftl rlislingonllltttloll but tw., or thito of thtn hbad bten affected by the Tim Itliy. Dr. Mitthbtws. of tht K. E. ('hurtb South. afdtldr, ts 11t lts cionfenrentioe. ltexpresIntg sympiathy with the wo k of the ohtiurtb. liv. Dir. Hlunt. of Now York. also addressed It in lgik mannltr. 'htt ttonforntllon thl n iarlltourned and renaeom bled at 7 t-. in., when nlntuot Iat ansl vicls weire hold for Ullathot Haven and dtiItonadl minlltiars and tI(ittan d nmlutnrs' wives. Dr. Illartzill road bli graitthlne of R1ev. Peter Browna. Mrs. Willams. hir. . Chin ant Mrs. Mat lot k. dectaoeetti. Tih outittiy on Ilslhot Ilaven was pronouno d by Blishov iIarris, and oonu thtroItfteur thU con orencet aldjoiurnedl. BOARD OF HEALTH RECORD. The following weru rtxtordeut youterday at the office of the Board of Health; DEIATHS. Abraham Colon. RiJ ycoars. .imtott Ihal. 57 years. Mary L Joahltim. 7 months. burn I Itothtyoh, 57 years. Mrs. F. W. Iullt rLrity. is years. M aril Plar,.o. m itni ath)t. Himon nit.rk rillIir, 5% years. J. A. Frtdrrli., ait days. Mathllda C. Iligre.s ' years. MAlBRAltAitC. Adrian Lightil to Rona Ci)nrtd. Joseph Burry tot Mt n. Fraanfi (Irau, Joseph Lt'rce It to Vlrgitsla Howerttr. J. B. E. Theorio to AItonlo A. M.*ynior. t1oharid Mulvey to Mary A. Coffelo. BIRTBM. Mrs. CGrhAm Boll, a son. Mrs. J tn Marle Enllt ,t. a non. Mrs. Franc.ito (,.orrllha. a son. Mrs. Louims tiohtick, a daughter. Mrs. lhertrlnn Poim n. it nua. Mrs. Angsti. Ethi. a son. Mts. I1 ioldn Frlvtorho. a son. Mrs. Frmnt0c.e'o Parrilto. a daughter. Mrs. P. A. I('aptivllt,. a ton. Mis. James A. Luthto, ita t n. Mrs. I' L. ,tiuny, a dauuhttir Mrs. Wm Mullter, at daughtor. THE HYDROPHOBIA CASE. This morning in anlnountlnd the dlatuh of Miss Tilllo IRtgrs I the unfortunate victim of the tant of lhydrophobli of whleh mt"nlin was nal It, In tht DElsitiAT eovenrtll diay.s ago. The masei dhtil not i fItir inaterially in its bhar .tiirlitl' n rof l thl illtiy w ile haV. bien r -.u tortd it li miinul worksi. '1 ih d,'nth of the young indy Wit., hiloWvtr. patnlllnles lunit i lllt. for is soolln nI thIl ait*tnditiL g pthysin.lats. lndll th,,ro wert- fr ar of thsmrt, lor,+tm sattle d I that mndlticin n r skill it ouht rt etlro her I t hllIIth they ai r llit l terttd ,Dhltto,. aiind kiit. her lltidir Ihir ullfllnune nttil thi end. whoU tlh gently and ip.aciftullty Dat s ii sW Iv. CUSTOM-HOUSE NOTES. Cllicotor nntt win yestterday antlhoriz*d d bi s t nrarllnlt to litiilov all the tfut,turars labor nteei.ary Io tho Itronor 'ouduct of the busluness of hiJs drl-lparntti.,af. Thei Intiirnltl rivittnult aglits who haveA bPon trivellng hriouugh thle tatti havy, boe n orderied to reiprI in this .lty tn Monday nexi. Ollector Badger hias bien offllatly notIfied of tthe natuintetatnci by the Hier(tary (f the Tr,.a ury of th b of th On O he 8. Louis atnd New Or loans Transtortatlon Coomt any. nnd the line is there.ore authorlztd to carry fr, ight in bond. PERSONAL. Mr. Geo. Angu'tus Baia. an attache of the London Standard. registered yesterday at the St. Charles £i ,tel. We have r.coived the visit of Mr. Robert Nickle, the presttdlgitateur. who will be here again in about six weeks. I.lng now on the start for Galveston. TexIs. where he will per form on the twenty-sixth, twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth Instant. BREVITIES. Prof. Tripp heglnk his leoture course this evening at the hall of the Young Men's Chris tian Assooitation. 57 Camp street. at 8 o'clook. There will be a ghost exhloltion at No 110 Canal s'reet. from 12 to 2 o'clock p. m.. on Sat urday next. A game of base ball was player yesterday at Delaohalae grounds between the Eektord Jrs.. and a piek.ed Ltin of street boys. the E kford. Jrs.. coming out first best by a sc ,re of 4 to 3. Rev. Hugh Miller Thompst n will deliver a lecture oi Monday * vening next .t ' he rooms of the Young Men's CaristHa Asboeitilon uDon "The living evldenee of the truth of Christianity." 'The putblhl Is invitud. Staub. The famous" news vendor. Staub. at Gold. thwalte's, corner of C teal street and Exchange Alley. sends us the New York Herald, Times and Sun of the nineteenth, the Philadelthia Times of the nineteenth, and also the lust PhIl adelphia Weekly Times, which i full of the. most entertaining matt- r. political and literary. An Accident. At half-past c'e o k last evening while Com panv A. of the o)r, ans Artillery. were drilling, Mr. George Ite. hemin wes acidl-t.ly sti ui.k on the hetad wlth a b.h o t in the hands of Mr. i8amb I, and n infullh it jitred The wounded man was taken home by hIs friends. Bitten by a Dog. On the tenth in-ttnt a boy nmea. Nicholas Knot'. aged tw. veers. r.e iltng wit I his parents on C, DDPOwa. between N rapiuru and First streets. was so sever. ly hltten by a vli. .us dog that he ha' b-'en in net ev--r sin!e. Tre owner I of the dog declined to have the animal killed. From a notice published elsewhere it will be seen that W. G. Coyle b C ,. have reduced the price of their coal to sixty cents a barrel. Cold , weather may yet s~t in, and it is prudent to 1 make provision for it WEATHER BULLETIN. Wan DuIPa'wrxxT. Blanal Bervre. United ttart ArrgT. Daily metoohroI.hail res,,rd for the eight hours ending at 2:05 p. m.. Th1urslay. January 72. Obrserv&titons taken at iths .lan moelnat of timru ast all .t.atlonH. vilWeJ hlat Hta'lone. Bar. L1 el Ithor -, hourl. Inchess Calruo . 1 ) At 44 N I0 '(lno llnalI . 9 ,if 41) W a 0 It)v luporlt. AO n.I -- c : 'sW In i )ubsque N r, - 3. NW 7 03 O( nv.a.s on ... . 'r. It I is N In lls nohl. .. 4n- nN 7 N 7 07 K,,okukk . . Mill71s- 4 :4 NW :s 0A la OUrs.,I.. 9 - H5r, V I 0:1 LstsvenHworth 2N HO s t NW 12 IJillsvtls ii .. ir952 Ri 44 `4W 1I 0 Memhisie. i47 It 4t NW 10o Nashvlllo.... IA7 i- t 14W W s 4W Nnw eOrltnsr- i.'u - it a. NW 15 n Omahsin ... ... 'st s NW 14 Pltttnbrg ... 9 4 4 lhr ovt, t .+ !lour It tr NW H 't! Ir,,llss .... I 7H - : rI W HVlSt. Ps'i . . a415 F W 'i o VIo.. iburg . . I1 F t'd .. . Yanktlon ..... 2 990 : ' lNW H i Llrttl inok Ai, 6- It 4r1 W I" 0 UhnlatIsslr u 1 ... tl ll ol NW I It. tllndnts'w rlsin.l: . In(lloates falling; 8. Indloates statlonary. *** ·---- AMUSE MIENTS. Grand Opera House. "La (rltnd Dunshe-se" w to played last night wihll the usuRial a'st. Mils O(ltgoirs. howvsr., filling thn tltle r' in. The hso(so wass somewhat i llllrt. h [lo I )Uls vrs IIt. irltpparnd to iij )V tul, perfornlanss hugsely. To the babitlrnms It wast ltout Itln mlmo thing an thi first Dorforrnanlcso. of whbih we have ailrlseady iipokkl n at, lrLngtlh, with this dlffsorene. howsever, that Paolha Marls',s s1tshiithnan Wlas regroun1d. To-nightl Lt Flie di Mim. Angot and third a5,t of 1,14 Vi 'I'arlslnlne. will bt gitlven for the inelilt of MIle. Angelso. a very dsonervlgr and illtellglnt. astrie itand singer. W~s hitDe that thie patronrss Or the t.beslrs, Ill wlhish sshlo hais 5s mIilAh 4'ýuLtrl4butod tio theilr alms-Uemesnt, will not fail to glve hsr a subtntiallsI t,eslIusonhil by pinI4eIe(O , and Ipl tis lst o tihlr apprcsatisstoU. ArADIgMY (OF MidlHIII. The gruiat, play Mum rn he was prou, ennri laIst nlght. hrlnging M llphy out Iln Iiour dllff.,rnt chls, aLtsr sI. aUl sving nim an iopportUnity to ilUg svorrl Itrnw siild Ipritty songs 'TIIe oi sy i weIll knowU isI thtin tly, and it Is. t.hlserllfsi, onily nosrss,'ary so remind lthe t uhlh that Ii is t(ll of dy wit aslld brosd hlrri.'r, wl'h ia v.Is of , V' 10on rslunuing througlh it. and ltn ay that IIt ls wsll aiod. 'ITbi entire ( ir5 sany doies well, bult Mhin Lodiskl Young am I'ih,rhe lsmzis and Mr. liuke Martinis sn is ('rihlir Wos. isar thIlulsle ly ,liltsilng. Mattsm Uos will be reoasted to- nlght. Y. M. C. A. C(ONCERILT. One of the lar.est. ausdlsniOeg which has gathtreil at the romr if tiheo Young M..a'n Ulsriltinh Ass..nlatoln sRIl'u tboHir otlIlnlin. sl ensubl,dl Il tilh ir hall las5t Ilght. sattrastcio i by this aII nou l 'soInlOIt of tta tsn).tt by the IusIluhal uo cIeIy of theis lunonl,,stln. Althll'oh Oelloritlllhg (ilit, of thi (ommon ordlsr Was ti5x, eaHted. liih aull lonill wsi hardly prepiared for ih io II ll sal Itrat it rstiolved. ThI entertrlaitnslst o)l,'uiIIu with a chorus from "PI'rs olHsI." sung by the mnmnbrs oh the sool,,ty A rnilt,. "It' was aI Dream." by Mrs. H. K. Hh.pard, followed. Wh have before had ocIa ilon to eistmlsk of Mrs. Hhieard's s.Halgug, and Is way o(f o(OIuIIouiit on 11 r t rrolulIanl,',) last ulght wse cali but rolt, rate what we hav) pro vliiOsly said. thait shte hLss a VIoIsi of ia suporlsr siiality. Dentlllrly swnit tandl Dowerful. and tlhat she managens It with a skill Which runatl f sRam careful training and produoIus the boet piossible I offc(ts. 'Thb solo aria from Favorita andl the Erl King wrnOl th)l VlsollItgIY rsateIn(sIl. hoi fio), IIer )by Minm,. (Jourt.arlio and the latter by MIss Nettle t-krllman. The .hborulnn by the membsrs of the sooi(ty wtsrs ft+as I r. n h lls ,io r t, t o rta r'ill (c.nd groat credllt upon Iho partllpsants and Prof Florlan tu'lchfflor. under whose direction they were g.voin RACR.I) (CONC~ERT. The sacred eonnert for the benefit of the Dry adotMir Her M E. (Jhllr'|h. given lat night. Wila a ml'ot i, joyablo lffTlr and ktllsinteid a large l'hIs pbrvgrammo lihd hbeen ar"fullly arranged and thi e l ntHo,ll Wer pleluuinigly riildsruoLd. Altogether theo Osf dr was a greIat uio4:s14. A BALL. Last night the fourth annual grand mask. 1dres" sshd fanUy dlrtns hal of JItaandan;l nlv No It. Heevsn Wise Men. ounorrel at Odd FeI Ilws' ll.llI. Th'ie i nt rtlflnment, ws s gilven for the bn'|llrt of the rillf fsunld of thoooisolV.s anld it wa' largily u utronliz*d. Th.rn was sx ,rlolut. nusle Ic provl d for I hi o1.aniloniil, an the merry nal/ll,-r oj >yjsd tlhiemsolvisr to their hoarta' contllniit. .T. A.LP'IONHUH HALT,. Tho i oincisrt for t hsnn ti-ftl r St. AlpDhonsIe O)rl hRns AsHVlnum onmi < it last night and oriovidI a ti it o t i Very asititrIIHlahlls klud. 'l'horsi WIas a IhrITe aiitt'nUd.,i's and 5i hanjdsomn mon)ll dlorlv'd for the worthy objoe:t. to which It was iIoviited. TIlE SKATING CARNIVAL. SA Brilliant Affair at the Rink Last Night. The third fancy dress skating carnival. given r this season iby the aIanlagers of the roller skat lng rink, took place last evening at Exposition I ill. The weather hling in keeping with the sport. a large Iis wt II Is most rectoarehe audience y gathered, and all those who did not participate in skating appeared as much pleased as the skaters. An there were so many ladies and gentlemen I in far y' ) i+Ctumims. It is impossible to oI erlbet the dress of any particular person. but suf 11 a It to say that they All looked superb. and as they fairly il'w around the room on the roll ers they tregs.nted a sight as pleasing to the eye as they thmselve. were graceful. The chief feture of the Carnival was the ex termination of Pinafore by the nations of the oars h. As we all know. Pinafore has been given to the nation in every mannLr. habpe and form, and as the mannag-r of the rink had concluded to give us Pinafore on wheels, at the same time not wishing to presume on an over-generous public, and also having some fear that an at tempt might be made to mob him unless he m could show them that it was the last time they would ever hi called upon to witness the play. he oncl'sded to exterminate it. At a given time the various characters in the play appeared on the flsor. drawing behind them a miniature ship on wheels. Everything went on very nicely until Capt. Corcorant forgot himself so tar as to express himself in the language of "Well, hardly ever." The sniult was that the captain, as well as a number of his crew, who had joined in the phrase, were shot down by the nations of the The dead men were carried off by their sur viving comrades and thus ended Pinafore on t WheOel. The ladies' grand march, lei by Mr. Thos. O'Connor and Miss Minnie 8.. was also grace ful and interesting. t Reed's Gilt Fdge Tonic restores the appetite REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. New Orleans Savlngs Institution to T. Prud. homme three lots with bull i'ngs, hounded by I B -in, Jull ,.Fra..kllu end Girod atre-ts. soxou, Soieite d, s Jennes Amis to Mrs. William SEsnid, a lot with improvements, bondlnted by Ritbertson. C> urnbus. Laharpe ani OClaiborne streets. six IIO., 150. Mr. M chaedl iI ftuer to Mrs. Hug) Fachs, a i portion of gr u,,d sounded by GOali.z. Esp'a tnade. Miro and EKrler a i rests, 90 feet to wards Lst latUado, 103 towards Ga %z. 11u to w"'ltIt tr t'r c arid nmasurring 11 8, $4500. (lri-riffs' s~al') Jet b El is to Henry Ihale, a lu', boundti by Lev=e, Frine. MUreau and LosI ps etr 'I's, 5i5166; a portion of grotu.d. bounded by Fran e, L-seaDs. Mor3au anO Casa- 1 calvo stree's. 35.115. $2110. Fe-l Wlng anI. wit, to hiugh Allison, the un dlvlvldd third art of all the right and title of i Fred Winat and his wt'e In tte suc~ensio of I 'heir dec nased d1 .ltghter. Mr-. Aliison, constst- I hug of a lot f ground and buildings, bounded I by 8.ver h. Coliteum. Sixth and Ch-stnut streets, 12x£174; also. a I,t with buildlngs, bou,.ted by tuxth. Seventh. Prytani and C , l-e,.m stree s, 5ix125. The price to the sale is got govtn. J nhu B. Meyers to Chris 31MEvoy, a lot with im pr.,vmnrs. bounded by Josep',ine. L lurnnt, St Andrew and Basnin stre't. 3a0loo; a lot. eio., E in the same sillcare, 50x7-. $1600. Miss Augiusta R. .eG. Jeurdan to Joseph f Trort.h- )z, , wo lots with improvements. bou, d ed by 8t. Toomaa, Sixth. Chippewa and Wash itgtonD trets, 251111. $500. (sheriff'a sale) Bebrew Jduoationaal Bociety to Max Dlikelsplil, a lot and buildlors, on GiJ. Ilope. near Prtetanr a stre, g9i16 f0.4./7. THIE OOURTS. Supreme Court. The following ,eu-um on the ",rountry docket" art flzeod for t,Ili for FRIAYA. JANTIAIIY 2:1. , H0: Noe. 77e. Jhtl ho Ii. Liu h A. (Jo. vs. Lisso A Hhion it. Sirs. No 77'27 (Charles Ialltt- at al. vs. Widow H. B. D)ilogei. oit Sl. No 7741. Palmer Dirkson ot al. vs. II. P. Disk son olt al iys. 7744. U. E. IL King et al. vs. John Plokett of ni. N,. 774:1. F. J. Alco k vu. M. J. Kirby and husband. No. 7744. R. T. tluickner vs. J. ItI annrd. Nip. 774r5 J. I. 1l-,41, d v.+. Whcie (tauh et al. No 7746 Itub bn White v.. William Hi ffner, esh crliff. ft aIl. No 7747 Adole PFedrslun.x. wife of It. P. Lan dry. vs. Margaret (1. Tcgaro. No. 770. C(ilriz.n.' Dln k (otf Louiitana vs. Alxis Frry and Mrs. A. F.,rry. E. J. Gay & Co. iilterv-noeRe No. 7765. *. W. HollUinsworth vs.John (haffo & tchce ,. ChfTf,. Ni,. 7796 At oblcald W. taircd. under tutor. et al.. ve. L. KE ove and John A. teopheneon at eil. N,. 77'2s. Widow and hvire of J. licnton Baird Noi. 7749. oeorgn A. Stafford vs. M. H. Twitch oil t. ,I No. 7730. Huccession of Mrs Elizabeth A. Car roll. No. 7731. (Irollno (illleepilo ft al vs. M. H. Twilitbl el, al. United States Circuit Court. Edwanrl Ilrtgcr vw. tlly ,of Now Orleane.- Juelgmtnt, by dctault set. adiP. The Cltrk W. Brvtan (nCompalny vs. Thomas 1. Anlderesnl. Juldgarnont, by deftault entered airtlnut defn idanlt. Jeoe It. Willname v. Nlrholae Thcodorce.-Vor dl t aertlt jdi l mtn-nt for tcelfeldant. W. A. N, blflt it. Co. vs. A. A. Maginnin's Bone. Mcit dihi.si, t I 1eeci. lE Mar-cu z, i. (JO. vs. Thos Meoulire.- Ver dit. and ..rieeeneret for pldntiff. ftor slIRt esi. (OIrgte W. (O ry vs, Dlavid WIllaoo.- Jim. Mo EIry aull t. F. Harti+on orderedt to file a pr,,vi nal .,enootnrt anid dlelate a divl(d-nd. I(cilteril Htateus vs. Con,,tnts of the, tohacco fac tory of Charles A. Hnrydcr.--- Verdlnt agalinet di funrdaut and value of fa, tory assessed at t lOl). Superior Criminal Court. AFPIDAVIT DIHMISRIED. Barnny O'Se l.in. shooting and wounding with intout to murder. (:CARer CONTINUID. Jul~s Truln. grand lareranr. A. W. TomLknlu. erbmhzzxloment. JiURY OUT. Tony Matrango. nmurder. A'*(lUITTED. Of ier John Lwil. faisce imprisonment. (:ONTINIUED. Jeff. Donnlson. aliah J, I.Trson D),nnil. man slaughteer; Inrltterd Novemher 10, 11877. In J'ffior Son parlish. for rnurlr -thi killing of leals Il. J.hniion, whlt'e, +thin brly of thie iste emnr H' Frtauntsl Beli,.l at Wstwrego, on thi fiftetcnth of July. 1877. Thelere was a imistrial tthn csa ohri ge I of valnlls t tlhe HOplte' i r t(rlmrfual Court. aend on tIhi. sCxtxeeIe'I of March. 1878. the aeruscd(I wae cn vlcnted O, mnilaulghttr,. On the twen. ty-esixthi of March he wars soutenced to fifteen yaarer hard nlab,r. Thee ltlororne Coullrt granteedl a new trial, and on tbo Iwenty-e-ernnond of Maraht 79. ithe anO oce1d Was agaiR n e onvlnterl of ansli-ughter,. and eanest, y recomrnevrderd to the mnorov of the rclrt. On the twelfth of April. le79, he was, Henoteonic to fourteen yaors' hard labor and $1 line. 'I'hn. H1upremen (onlrt again remanded the MRatn. ald als,) dierldaeld"-tlt et the aemtoi eod nl i notr he tried any mortsoo then original charge of murder. but, L.ust hbe trid for manulaughter. aENT.NICE D. G(o. Mare lone. ombc,it ltemant plearlel gullt y orf pjorty lirc.env aRInd sentennled to twenty days ti tiel Parir h Prison. Wmn. ller,hbs a stranger. carrying concealed Weaponn O6 or ten cldays. First Distriot Court. CI)NVICTED). Poupon Williams. Iarnciny. RENTENDED. Alcx. Donovan. frlso, Ietrlrionment; $1 fine or one day in the Parikhe Prison. NOT.L I'KORiEIQUI. Alex. Donovan. falus Im prisonment. MIke Iliggius. knowingly receiving stolen goode. AeFFIDAVIT DIIRMIRHED. Bon Berkerv. obtaining goods under false porte.nsuon; eeir'elSerd alreoadly undelr sentonr!er of tIel ye'art throe months, and one dlay in the P'onlttntlar v. ARRAIONED) AND P'LEAI)ED NOT GUILTY. Jeff Thomuson. a.au.l t by wlllfully shoot ing at. (;:NTINUI.e TNDIFINITEITY. Annlo Wac wlck. larr-ery. First Recorder's Court. John Wilson. jnvcnll vagrant.was sint to tho i e-vr' I ue i or Iterte ge,. ~i':r ''rraceiy, arH.auit and battcory; Sr or ten da, M. A lbhert Jeohneon. nasault arnd bht'ery; $250 ap pearaoO , h .n,1. It. 1Rut4wH/ll. iscrullt and battery; $250 aortoar a e',r iireecd. Frrd Brlewal. Jotepehine Rolland. H. Madoek and Leoe i, rev. gr.-otd larrtlany; (il (eharged. Waellarr Wae4ington, assault and batterye; $s or irto dv4. (G so. 'Bo,,thhy. ,entoring and larceny; $250 acp poarann bond. L')tlls Hlt ccrnoan, asleultingan l wounding; ro loa1necd on $25,0 aLptposrncr bond. Huean Wrete nlee D])ra It ewutrd. fight.ing and dist.rblig th.:e Liace: $5 or to days. Oeo. IBouorhry. Iarceny; $25o apDearance honrl Second Recorder's Court. Green Wiillatm. assault and battery; First D s riet Court, $ 50 bonds. Green Williams. laro ny; First District Court. $251 hoonds. AIolleue 8mlth, assault with a dangerous wentpn : Sie or ten days, and $150 peace bonds. Hugh Kennedy. breaklog and enterlig in the night tiin; disc:harged for want of proof. Hlurh Kenndy, dangerous and suspicious; released on $5oo honds. furnished by Jas. Don aldson. 167 Uruuhart street. DAILY LETTER LIST. Ladies' List. Baylay H P1 mrs Powell Jenny miss Baley Rose mrs Ressaurd Marletta Boutelon Bettle miss launders Annie E mrs Caulfield Mary E 8mith C-.clia mrs Dugas Alice miss Steveneon J mrs Grace Katie miss Von Aiker Charlotte Haroed C A mrs Wells Olarissa mrs Harrison Annie miss Wilson E mrs Hardy Alic.e .1 miss Williams Ann mrs Housebery Mary mrs Williams )allie Hearn Nason mrs Wenhauser 8 miss Lee Rosa miss White Theresa mrs Oliver E F mrs Gentlemen's List. Ahearn Thos M Jones C R Archer A L Johnson Abear Allen Tbnh Jayne H L Brophy Wm Kibble E Boyiand Daniel Krunborth Geo Beiswingrr J Logondre St Clair. e Behrgay Jul lens Landter B Barniff D Mlnlr,-eny John Butler Isaac Miller John Burke EdIw Merot A Budville John Marshall Howard HIanoo Frank Maury J N C bb Ehiw Mcgee Robt Corral Jrose McDougal John A C tm ob II1 Beni Peak, E L Davi IH Ptckeson tI Edmonds A H Powers G M Edtmnd Willie Phelps Albert Frsr-Il L J It Re Will Fisher uonnis Ryan J Gerardi L Bois unyder H R Goodrich E D Satttn mr Unmailable Letters. NOT PREPAID. Faoado Jog Hrzto kt H I antler J Bi Thebatud Bros Martin J F Walker A L hon MISDIRECTED. Beere mlss Lewis A Heard mrs Smith Geo Peter James bmith M Levy Joe CITY ECHOES. John Wagner. for broaching a cargo, was locked no in the Hirbor Station. Julia M Grave was locked no in the Sixth Station. charged with petty larceny. Carrie Harristn, for petty larceny, can be found In the Third Station. Burnet Chop-l was severely burned about the hands by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. Washington Pase wa arrested and looked ap SthRleth Bt ton, d+bas Yids pgabllnlm o te bltquette. ho de Richardol wt tnoartred to the Thhd itrtlon, ohar'edi Discharged. J. W. Rnhnmwayrlnd Chirl.a Mqrtin, the mold brit'k lwlnlitria (IIUtII t)t heftre Juolldg Mllttn kisrgcr to hn oximinelt ,in thle "brgo ift, btaln iou money tnder tintte Dtn..ttiNl. After the testimony hntd ben ellitted the judtgt dtl oh:aretd the ap.ejisw.'i oan thte grotlll that the tOttlinony Wi014 intIufIii'etllt io citmint thorn. Frightening a Thief. An unknown thietf ltoredr Mr. Younn's retl dtnoe. ,ornar of Oonatane. and Ninth ,treet.r and was in the net of stealing a horse. when he wait frluhtened off. JUDICIAL ADVERTIKEMZNT . - I^ - F P SAlI LM. Gerke Purves yIn. John Richards and Joavph Kinu. rH11ltl) DISTIRIOT COURT FOR THE PAR 1 huh iof Orloana. No. 241iol By virtue of a writ orf note. tr, n litl lrt.i to rlit dlt.ietvit l ht tht' bhonorabl,, the Thirdi Diitrlt 0 ,urt for the par i|h of Orltaug, In bhi hl)%n entitled " itcno, I will proced to ,sell at vubtlo auction, at thi, Mterchants tnit Auctioneers' Ex uhaugi.. t tyttln er rot. tit wotn Canal and Cius tomhoust strtetn, In the HotIond D'strlt of Ithit city on Fill)AY, Janittry 2:t, liO,. 9.t 12 o'clock m.. itn, tf~i1wing dtesnt ohi uropurti to wit TWO CElRTAIN LOTH OF GROUND. to etlher with the improv-,mtnt. thireon and all the rightt. wlv. ltrlvl,.irg.tt r tit tippurtltP.nano thorettl oungifngt sustahll d In tho Fourthr I)Istrlct of thisn cItty in thoe Pijarir bounitied by Harmony, Hevoath. HM. itvidl and ithlrty strate. and ditrignatned a lots numbirs liifttont and sixt.een, on ia ,ketc'h otf saihd PItlar" an noxid to an a'ot ptst+Iet ho(forn Andrew llrit. Jr . notary, on the third tJly of March, Il75: a iiit toatns-tjin tn ttitt othli-, and meaoure tuitth twemnty eight ioott two lull n and Uilno linen front on IlHarmontly strtot by tihe following tltothe. viz: Elghty-one foit on the aid lin,dlvtiding hit, numb 'r tixtittn from lot nnm her atventieen, eilghty- rollr foot on the dividing II i ltttwttin palti lti, ntnll ittrs fifteen arid sIx toen, anti eighty-sotv.tIn fiot rion the lite tin.,n of itt number Itfltin. nean, st Mr. Dvld sitreet. di viding it from the rear of Ilot numbers one to four Intlusive. Il1ingg t.ho titme proetrty aitlllremd iby itefend ant,' hernin by riiurnhains from (oiorge Purvut. an ter not pitid hetfori Antlrw Hlro, Jr. no tarv In thli cilty, on the twnuty-fourth of April. 157$. H-lzm-tl In the above ulit. Terms-UC.as on the tspot. J. H. ALOE GAUTIIREAUX. Civil H'Mrrlif of thb Parlish of Orennal d(I22 29 j O5 12 19 23 Citizens' Bank of I t.·ualena va. N. Honore Ltndtrot ux. SIFTI DIHTIIIOT COUItP FOl THTE PARl ih orf Oralltan. Nio. i.279-11y virtllue of it writ, of stoI1.zi andi Relt., to me dirtected by thit honrorablt ttith Fifth Di)trit, (otnr for tht pvrilslh of Orlitana. in the atbov.i ontil tut iO mile. I ill pi o 'tni ' to o'll at DIp hllIiI aution. at the Miri'thalnts antr Antiloneo~+' Ex uhange, lloval stritt.. hirttwian (lrnali and Olln tormhou(t- sitro+ta, In the He'onnrd Di).trlet of this ,ity. in FRIDtAY. Janlitiry 2t3IHHtti. at 12 o'clock m.. the foillowing demorih.bi d prol rtv, to wit - A UkltI'AIN IO1' OF (IIIOJUNDI). lt uated itn the Hseondl DIllrtcl, of thir d"'fly In the square eiin prlis.id within Ht. Ann. u imaline. BulrgundtIy antid Itlamnlrt st.ret-ta, desltinated by the tlthiltr two on Ia IHan tdrawn bIy Jo~noph Pill,,, the curveyor of i htt H.t nid Mundtlipulity. titnder d(atet of the twenty-fourth of Dtoerntuer, tof tIRn, ant dlepositted i n t hIe olllte or F-lix nrl ma. notar y tubli)o,ilt plan numiber sixty. Thiunald lot of grouid nlliaurens. lI American moasure, Iwentvyalx feet four incheOn fronton HIt Anrn trtet iby a depth of oni huidrtld ftoot eighbt loch. li-. tween purllel tlinos. bouintted Ion one slde by the property now or late of Wilow Otuoenard and on t.h other sitdt by the property late of iBernard ie .tntorn. tgttlhe" with all theI build Ingo and tiprovtementri th reon, arfll nil the rights.. ways, privilit.o it and ullprtunlattn: , thereutnto t.eottging or in any wise aDutrtain ing Together with onu hundr nd neil 'xtv-tight htares iof mot tK Ige stock of t he Oltlzeus' Bank of LItill+Ina. thlereunto, attiitchtd. lutr-eid in tle abhtve *illt. Terms and C.nOdlitliona-Tho purchaser to turnish a stook no s for iho h um of twelve bun. drurd and alxty itollars. falling, wt on the first of Ducemrntb r, 1RH0o. and renewaltle aonording to the al ter of thO (Oltlzen,-' Bank of IuoulsianLa. andthe ittlaneiio cash. Thu purchaser to as sitrn all the oblliga'Ilia aundl ret cpotnalilition of a stockhoildr o(f the Citiz·ien' Bank of Loulsl ana. antd the oloik note so furni bhed to be iltntlfl'ed with the act of mortgungo and pledge by Widow Jostanhino Ladtlreauix in favor of the Chlllz.n' Bank. paH.-.l h.fore F. Orn ma, notary pDubilt in New Orleans. dttted twenty-ft st tf Av' ll. 1470. tand ioet of livielon of estock and stort'k lat4n bty ith Oitizens' Batik of Liullaintna in favor of Widow Landrt+utux, prosatid beIforrn antoe notary. ldated tvetlntet-ntih itf Feb.ruim y, 1871. and with the abhorlif'a doed of salo in this catn,. J. R. ALOFE (O4UTITREAUX. Civil ihh,, itl F the larlh ,of Orleans. dt22 29 aIS 12 19 2:1 1Sucession of J. w Ietorcey vs. "rs. Mary A. Hlazard. Widow Louls Gormler. U1XTHI DISTRICT (JOUr) T FOiL THE PAIL. Sit.h "f Orl.ans, No, uniit - By virtue llt f a writ oi flerl fiilch, ti, roe dir-.cteid by the hon orabtil- the Hlxth I)lstrlt t oiurt for the iat ish of Oritans. itn lthe tiove ti- nitlei mitue. I will pro cot d to sell at ptllltl' anitir.lonri, t thi Mitrhents and Aunllrtionorsl' iixc'harl g+, Itoylal 'trtOt, be tw.4en lnnatl aId 1( ntllontllllllls0 trotom. In tho Hecond DiIsrl, or tii cilty. o TUE ' D)AY. Fthi ruITry 17. ito. at 12,,'clock m.. the tollowing do scrihitd protlprty to wit - A CERTAIN 'OI l'ION OF GROUNID. att untetid 111 thei F at D)litrlict of thins iity. inh the square nimllotr twenty six. holundtod by O(ntil. Jti.cks n. I,roman antd Priour iirtrtlI., and mn'tle rlintig in Ami-rltntn mota-,ulrt+ abouto twenty-onie fi,,t tront ton (rnal atrr,.t by otn" hinrlodr l atndl nint, fot. t in titipt. ttbming Dart o lhit ntmbtir twelve, auijluling lit numb- r t l'wvin. togu.thnr with a one enilotnntt two Hatory frRme biditlting known an No. 37t. The tild lhit OIf grcunut fi.ms mpDtrt of a larger ritrtlon of roiuu(I whi-h wans atRlutirOd Ity difent.nllt hernlit frim Theo dtre Froel. ter at Itasted befirim Loult T. Oairt. nuttry Ipubllc In this city. on the ilrnt tliy of May. 1049. 1Meedl, in the above Ault. Terme-Cnubh on the tupot. J. R. ALOEE (IAUTHREAUX. Clvl Hhunrlff of the Parlish of Orleans. jal6 2:130 f, 6 1; 17 Abraham C. Myers vy. Nernado Capella FIF1rH DISTItICT COURT FOR THE PAR ' h of Orleans. No. il.363-By virtue of a writ of seizure and saal. to me directed by the honorable the Fifth District COort for the par tab of Orleans. in the above entitled cause I will Droceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street. between Canal and (Oustomh-use streets. in the Second District of this city.on MONDAY. February 9. 1880. at 12 o'clock m.. the following describied roprrty, to wtt A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. together with all the buildings and improvements thereon. situated in the First District of this city, in the square bounded by Julia Landing, Franklin, Basin and Girod streets, forming the corner of Julia Landing and Franklin street. and measuring, in American measure, twenty six feet front ou Julia Landing by a depth and front on Franklin streut of one hundred and twenty feer. between eunal and parallel lines. as per plan of Louls H. Pille, city surveyor. dated the eighth of December. 188s, deposited in the offee of Eusehb Bouny, notary oublic in this city. Whlih said propertly was arquired by the defendant by purchase from the city of New Orleans. p- r act passed he ore Euseh, Bounv. notary oublle in thl4 city. on the fifteenth of Feb, uary, 1859. HSezed In the abve sulllt. Terms- Cash on the snot. J. It ALCEE GAUTHRIEAUX, Civil Sherlff of the Parish of Orleans. in9 1 213o f 6a 9 ýIo SUGgAg 9 STANDARD PURE LOUISIANA SUGAR. We have in store and constantly arriving from North Bond Plantatlon. S . Mary parish. the above brand of Bugars, which ar, oput up at the refinery on the t.tlntatlon in barrels of the same make as New York reflner-', and which we offer in lots to sult purchasers. Sampl Ol .-n be se,:n at our office, No. 56 Carondelet street. nots FELIX WALKER & )YKERS. MIbSINSIPPI MILITARY INSTITUTE, PASS CHRISTIAN. SECOND TERM OF SESSION OF 1a79-o be gins FEBRUARY 16. Cadets may enter at any time. Apply for catalogue. i. H, MURFEE, ia~m BuerIatendenxt, JUDIOIAL ADBVB Rl .amnes Vel a s Jee flertux. rtHI.ID DInTRICT )OURT 1POR THE PA Ish ol O Neau», No. e.071-By v rtueof a o(f hA lure ani sal l to in, dl #ot- d bit th i hI of OrlanU. in the ah)v+e qetitled rlieW J proceed to .. 11 lit tulbi o alri tilon, at the chants aril Ana tlou)rrr'µ Exchange, stre*,ot, btwoonl EI and Oi. tohous houe Ir Inl the Hootid DI-trmrot or thi y, .o T I)bY. Pebruary 2t. 144). at 12 0'oIltha m.. thef lowing (|,.ol 1|41Vo- r tg. ro Wit. I. TIELEE UE'AiN LO)TH OF OIIOU ituated ino the Thlri DIst rlot of this eidy. ).I nated by th.i numbers f,ulr. r lit a'l tg, qI Ltr. numoer on ynmprl led wlitilo Jtitnonlvlu. Monroe ant Adlams etr)te. t lot innm m"me fit WoIsnIre thlrly-threýe. eight ln"ho and silx ilino,. front oin oveo st by onl hbnndrod and sixty otnie tn+t two In and throeh linoe In doy h on the ai e sn Atars artreot. ando re, oninred aund redtf foot 1ten tlhI.l and tl seven I1ne on theei 4 to Mouroe stroet. wnd thlrty-thre fonot asnt nobhel In width in this rxar:; lot nurbir mtIr+ureO thlirt y thron f,."tt * ht Inxlh"is and liu t front o n h1,voU stret, onetll hunldred sixty-four fit toen InihM1 nvd. olvn v, ines depth oln tbh side DextS to Adeias strdt. hundlred and Plxty-oght fI,,t Hsvnr4 i nches seven lines on the side nl xt to Motro.l at and tilrty-thron fto f tit itr, lr"Or7 In wid the roar; the lot number Nix mr.wurro rtb thrtIn foot ofgl Ini'htm antil six 11i14a frond ILovyo stretet by ',n, hUrldred antd sityl f.at oyvon Irnt.hab nii sivon Illl, In dIptb tho sald nextt to Adams streot, end one andle and sevonty-two oort, f ur Inohes e.g linle onil Ie ado next to Monror 5trost. thlhty-tbr n foet In 'ilth In the r.tn'; togetb h with all and ltIgul.r liri th111 dllug* nd !im trVIiVemnll vlllt t anhonl'00. Whlie' HµIII Its were ,IjIuel t, I. lf+ndrlat l I I Jt ll .idbit al de h ith.- hliril of the pariah nf I 'rbiaa ion Jatlna 12. 1447. it, i thje lft. of e. A. PIra ford. sl ndlo ot '. J. 'rrlolu. A. L,,llTrritdrldorle. sor3. It 0..Ub rIgas od. eitc v. h Joa,. tlont awl Pierre AAGi e mar -bl. No. l , ,itt of hl iotelttt of tise 140 rTh-l, Ihatrl't 0U inrt (of NW OrlRan; title tr'et -terlt In conveyanlie olo Ileo u I i . 4f,k o, lu (L. 2 TWO LU'rT of GiROUNt). sltuiard in the Third Dlstrl.t of ihi. -ly. ,/tlbounri I, 'ioii.i (II' Lalt+ll ) . ) l, IlgotUIid by the g um lotre0 on allnd twI of fth, rlunre e omt Nbor two. cornpriDrso within L oe. MOtr . roe. .flmonvrlllie and Htonco*L (trets. a ,'. ably to platIn drawn by J. A. Tono. 01 the twenty-nitth of Nov-,mt) r. 1539. 0nd do posited In the oDltlH of Fellx Poror, tIt ath oto a in thil ctyw. which ael.l loth rue sure. ItreAmela lIan moneaRur. to witr Lot umblr one lorutml 1 hi cornlr of Lev, a and M Inroe streets. mn ur's thirty-live foot NVt-ro IIo e front ea Le Itret. Ono hundred and flt fy-oter flc e n Inoo.os In width an tfront oil Montr e strt. a ono bnndrod sndl sxty-,nn root Ir , n.oat flvo lnc'-s In dDpth on the l4ter nelt. to the nrumbar two. and tl dlry-folr feet ten and TIt line In the roIr; andl the lor Ia. two no4I(rOjl thlty-flulr foe eleven - Id live linesllo frontt on Lvot street. one a drod andi slxty-ono fe.et four Inch#- d ad Illet lut doptlt onl thles ls l," ixt, t to thet Iot ,uir one. 0Di hitflrend ind sixtr-flvo fheet Intch, In dtepth rtj the, othor wide, and th four foot. Olin tUm'hIN and tw , lineos in the Togilthir with all tr h ill dingC and Iorm mhenti thoereon. llsng the siatue pro.erty, qllr.ii-d by etfendlnt by plrcl'hame from . tut) lbtt , as fior acr' Da-od boforo A. Do feIiOtry Itl thl cityt, (of dl lto My t91. 1150. a. TWO LOIH OFP (IOUN), situate7, n Third IlItrttlnof this city. and formlntl i rllsr of Levee and A-dams streets, andl f the foll)owlng dlmOnslOIn., t, witt: Lot utt one measures tblirt -anin f-not ten inqhee sovenr Iin-s front on Lievi se'ro, OU ou , and foriy-ftur feot sowln 1114 q deu front on Adams street, one1 hundred an seven1 foot nine Inohos aid six llnes oeq trJ Naparatltig it from lot. nulnrtwo two, an T feet. ihbt lonches and five tlhls In th' rear; the lot number two meatur-s thilrtybthee eight l,chos and seven Ilines fronton street, one hundroil and forty-sevren eet Inch, and six lins In tlopt.h on the separatlng it from the lot number onoI hundred andri fllty-one foeet ton I one lint In depth o., the other sld., an thi three foot six In'h'm In the roar. To or the butldings and improvementa t Which said pros orly was aeqnlred by the ifndant at a p blic salde m~lno by tbh. st.ab the Parl-h of Orleons. on June 20 164, I matter of the sacoo.wslon of (Oilrliser k widtw of Jean Materre. No. 114.7'0 of the d of the B!econd District ltourt for the Par.s Orleans. lult r wulstered In conveyancel in took s8, folio 11. Belled In the aove snuit. T.rms-Cash rn theb spot. J. It. AL(OEE OAUTIIlRAUX. Civil herilff of the Parish of Orisa 3n12330 f 6 13 20 24 Rlehal d A. Cress vs. G. tS. Gloa F [FTIH DISTRICT COI:'tT FOR TH P SIh of Orleans. No. 103.17-By vlrtueof of aslzuro and Paloi to r, e directed honoriable the Fifth DI-trlet OmUrt f. parish of Orlollns. Inl the above ol. cause. I will proerced to sell at Ilt auotlion, at ttih Mr+:ehlants d AuctioInee. lhanlg. Rtoyal streIt, botwen Canal and tImhhulsoe u-troltu. In tho t4o'ood DiLtrlSota city, on TUEDI) Y. Fobtlary 17, 1880, at o'eluck in.. the following described property. wit A CERTAIN SQUARE OF GROUND uatedl In the Thild District of tlts olty. d nrated I al P(5ulare~ numb -r twen.F, bon i rolll. White. Onrallrlt ,nld I.aveyrous at measuring throe hilt dred fo ot six Inchese li e !lilosn fronton rtoth Lsrtoyroupe and zatrI.a tro.ts,. a1nd tlhree tlludriod led n trt In( t onr inich and on,-"tl(h'h of a line front both White antd Broad +erorts; the said sq of ground bnI rug ('+clne ,sed of twenty two nuailuh.rid fromn on(e to twouty two nol thei whole as1 1p-r ptln drawn by L. hBurl. suirveyor. "n i ho ' wvnrltry-.oentd of An.su u and de(,o.it0 d Irn the (,fll:, of Theo late a notary pubhlic In tLis city; togethbe all tho buildings arid lmotrovomernts theb rlihtt, waIS. privieges s.rvitudes and tlirlntneif t.hcii Oh 11(nt11 Og linc or In an atpltrtalnlnl. Bejigo ttlH ame property qurlrd by tho df.l-tlatit r hrln by DUt from the Mu, h.nict'. nd Traders' Bank Ba proportion of two-.thirds, atd from the lians National Ban king Assoelation I tI portion of ore-third, as oer act bofore Oharlen Ctvllllor. notary publio In thin cdttd Jnl]y 5. 1H3. Htzd l In thb, above stit. TrmaU-Cth on thi .not. g J. It. ALICEE GAUTHREUAXt OClvil 8hriff of the Pariah of Orl jalt 23 30 ft6 18 17 John Hendereon John L. u terrys gated, vs. Jeremiah Lincoln. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOB TH]E ' ish of Orleans. No. 44.919-By virtue writ of seizire and sale. to the Civil of the atrish of Orleans directed honorable the Fuurth Distriot Court fo parish of Orleans, in the above cause. I will proceed to sell at publia at the Merchants and Auctioneers' 3bi Royal street, between Canal and Cstoms. streets, In the Second Districtof thl 4itF. MONDAY February 9, 1 80, at 12 - the folowiangdescribed orort, to -w A O'.BRTAIN LO'Ir OF GROUN D lying and being in the First Districtt city, in the square bounded by Oonetae azine, Robin and Basin (now To streets, designated by the number two. plan drawn by C. A. Hedin, late surv the twenty-foulth of Februa'y, 1849 d in the office of J. R. Beard. late a notary in this city; said lot measures thirty feet inches one and four-tiftha lines front OS stance street by one hundred and six nine Inches six lin, s in depth. hetwees tines: together with all the buildings provements thereon. rights. ways and tages belonging or in anywiae ap Benlog the same Oroperty scntlred by tfndant herein by purchase from the of William J. Watt. as per act passed J. Castel. no', ry puhnto in this city, 0 third of Novr-t her, 1874 Hseized in the above suit. Terms-Oash on the snot. J. I. AL!'EE GAUTHREA Civil Sheriff of thu Parish of Or0 l t9 lR 23 30 re6 9 5UCCEI IorN TOTICE. suaceeslen of Lorenzo CarVIWo E0JOND) DIRICet cr OOUtT FOR S ibh of Orteans, No. 41 272-Notice i. given to the ie itrrs ,o tiei ifstateal orther ersons horein intoru,t-ed tosh within ten days from the present not it any they have or , 1n, why the final Dresentel by A P. KIler, admrtnis ratf estate. should nor t-- ,ttvrov-,, and i and the funds dlitribu el in accorlafd with. By order of the court. jai3 2s fsl* JOHN HERP.BERT. WHERF: TO LOOK FOR THE BEST FURN H . RIEBRECHT.No., c4Bo1l * just return(ed from the North the most complete selections of at ture. ornaments, etc. Ca!l and splendid selection of Satins. lines. Baw Bilks. Embroideries. Nottin ham Lace Ourtains and le Paer angin al at lonable Drloue